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Harvard professor calls coconut oil 'pure poison' in viral talk on nutrition

A Harvard professor wants you to reconsider the dangers of consuming coconut oil, a popular trend within the wellness crowd as of late.

Self-appointed "wellness experts" and "health gurus" online promote coconut oil for its immune support, digestive help and as a healthier fat for cooking.

But in her German-language talk "Coconut Oil and Other Nutritional

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